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How Israel is shutting down the internet in Gaza
Israel’s digital occupation of Palestine
Access Now stands with the people of Gaza who are currently living under a complete siege imposed by the Israeli military, indiscriminate airstrikes targeting civilians and civilian infrastructure, and the looming threat of a ground invasion that would cause further chaos and violence.
Depleting fuel and infrastructure damage: Gaza’s internet lifeline must be saved
“With an impending internet blackout in Gaza, Access Now and Human Rights Watch received a response from Paltell Group emphasizing Israeli attacks on infrastructure as key blackout contributors and citing challenges in making repairs without a ceasefire.
Physical and digital ceasefire in Gaza: UN, governments, Big Tech must act
Governments, international institutions, tech companies, and other stakeholders must ensure a physical and digital ceasefire in the Gaza Strip.
FAQ: Access Now’s Digital Security Helpline and Apple threat notifications
Access Now’s knowledge about ongoing Apple threat notifications sent to people who may have been targeted by state-sponsored spyware attacks
Staying safe online in the context of conflict in Gaza
This digital resilience tipsheet compiled by Access Now and SMEX is designed to support you in defending against reported threats.
دعوة مفتوحة من منظمات حقوق الإنسان لوقف فوري لإطلاق النار على الأرض ورقمياً في غزة، وبحق الفلسطينيين/ات حول العالم
نحن، مجموعة من مؤسسات المجتمع المدني ومنظمات حقوق الإنسان الرقمية، ننضم إلى الدعوة المفتوحة للوقف الفوري لإطلاق النار في غزة.
Coalition warns Congress: don’t use legislative tricks to reauthorize surveillance abuse
Let the courts decide: civil society takes on EU’s dangerous terrorist content regulation
The coalition filed a complaint against the French decree implementing the EU regulation on addressing the dissemination of terrorist content.
Democracy needs privacy: ban rights-violating spyware in India now
India must implement a ban on the use of rights-abusing commercial spyware and make a commitment to reform the country’s surveillance laws.
منظمات المجتمع المدني تطالب شركات التكنولوجيا باحترام الحقوق الرقمية الفلسطينية في أوقات الأزمات
تطالب منظمات المجتمع المدني شركات التكنولوجيا باحترام الحقوق الرقمية الفلسطينية في أوقات الأزمات
Bodily harms: how AI and biometrics curtail human rights
Biometric technologies are becoming increasingly interwoven into our everyday lives. A new Access Now report explores how AI is driving the adoption of ableist technologies that marginalize anyone who doesn’t fit into their definition of a “normal” body.
Watermarking & generative AI: what, how, why (and why not)
How can we identify content produced by generative AI tools? One solution being touted is watermarking – but what are the human rights risks?
Adiós a la opacidad: la Corte Constitucional de Colombia resolvió la sentencia sobre interrupciones a los servicios de internet
The digital identity toolkit
Developed by Access Now, this toolkit helps build the lexicon and framework around digital ID issues to facilitate a human rights approach.
Hacking Meduza: Pegasus spyware used to target Putin’s critic
The publisher of Russian independent media org Meduza was hacked with NSO’s Pegasus spyware. As both Russia and Latvia are potential culprits, Access Now demands accountability and sanctions.
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